LIFE just released their latest single “Grown Up” coming off of their latest LP. Following up from their breakthrough album Popular Music, the band is back with progression and “Grown Up.” “Grown Up” discusses the coming of age with adulthood and the struggles of love. On the song Frontman Mez describes the single as: “Grown Up is about getting to grips with adulthood and wanting to fall in love again. Seeing the decay of human life as it ages in a park with the dying swans. Is there hope between the space on your plate as you fork at your tea? Can you be too grown up for love?” The “Grown Up” track is infused with punk and enough angst to vent your frustrations. The band has a bit of a Blur sound with a retro rock vibe to it.
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Abby is an alumna of UMKC and holds a BA in Communications with an emphasis journalism/mass media. She is currently seeking her Master's of Education (TESL) at Avila University. In her free time she enjoys going to the gym, playing piano, and spending time with her chihuahua.